SE Student Wins JP Morgan Prize at U. of Glasgow Featured

21 May 2017, 6:29 pm
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Ms. Matchima Ditthawibun, a student in the KMITL - University of Glasgow 2+2 Program in Software Engineering, has won the JP Morgan Prize for the most outstanding Software Engineering student at the University of Glasgow. The prize is given every year to the student in the software engineering at Glasgow University who has earned the top score in Year 3 of the program. Ms. Matchima is the first Thai student to have earned this prestigious award.

Ms. Matchima Ditthawibun is one of the students to have joined the KMITL - University of Glasgow 2+2 Program in Software Engineering in 2015. This collaborative program enables qualified students in the software engineering program at the International College, KMITL, to study Years 3 and 4 in the software engineering program at the University of Glasgow and be awarded the BSc (Hon) degree in Software Engineering from the University of Glasgow when graduated.

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